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Kinki Restaurant & Bar

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AsianJapanese
Address: #02-02, Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay, 049323
Kinki Restaurant & Bar has a traditional Japanese cuisine given a modern twist with sexy to edgy floor mural by tattoo artist Chris Garver.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 22:30

Sat - PH: 18:00 - 22:30

Closed: Sun

+65 65333471
$93 based on 38 submissions
View/Scenery (12 votes), Dinner (11 votes), Waterfront (8 votes)

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wagyu beef with foi gras

I would never imagine coming to such a high end, nice restaurant to satisfy my taste buds! thanks to amex promotion, my friend ordered this wagyu beef with foi gras donburi set for me! nothing can gp.wrong for this combination! in addition, with amex card it is on 50% off! the beef is cooked to my preference! and it is very.tasty, chewy! the restaurant has very nice ambience and the staffs there are very polite and helpful. this is definate points adding to the total dining experience!

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• 16 Jan 2016 • 52 reviews • 0 follower

wagyu beef with foi gras

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I would never imagine coming to such a high end, nice restaurant to satisfy my taste buds! thanks to amex promotion, my friend ordered this wagyu beef with foi gras donburi set for me! nothing can gp.wrong for this combination! in addition, with amex card it is on 50% off! the beef is cooked to my preference! and it is very.tasty, chewy! the restaurant has very nice ambience and the staffs there are very polite and helpful. this is definate points adding to the total dining experience!
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• 02 Oct 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overpriced

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Went in last night and asked for a glass of Chardonay.  Price was 21 dollars for a glass of some Chilean cheap plonk.  Now, I don't mind paying money for nice wine, but the house wine there incredibly average. Horrified at the price I asked for a beer. The cheapest beer was Carslberg which was 16 dollars.  I complained about the prices and the barman asked me instead to complain to the Singapore government as they have to pay heavy duties.  I didn't accept that since the previous bar I was at charged me five Sapporo's for 35 dollars.  He then changed his tune to saying it was the location I was paying for.  Granted it is a great location. But there was no Grand Prix and given the haze, no view and as a result an abscence of customers and atmosphere. I genuinely wanted to spend money there and what I really wanting someone to provide me with some advice on what was affordable or advice on what sort of deals were available.  Unfortunately what I got was an argumentitive bar staff and a non-argumentitive but elusive bar manager.

My group of 10 friends then left.
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• 24 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Very desapointing service

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Staff asked us to move table in the middle of our drinks/snaks... Knowing that we were not on a reserved table. Desapointing. Food was good but the service just ruined the all experience..............
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The management of Kinki Restaurant & Bar responded to this review:
01 Apr 2015
Hi Romain,

Thank you for your feedback. We take all feedback seriously and have highlighted this issue to management. We apologise for the less than stellar experience you had with us. Thank you.

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